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Philips Brilliance 170P

The screen back ground is slightly grainey and the color seperation looks like digital stepping. Sort of looks like the pixel rate is not set correctly.
Any ideas?

Thanks,
John

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Resolution should be 1280x1024.
Colours 16 bit.
Motherboard drivers installed.
Redo the graphics driver installation by completely removing the current one, and then use the install-CD for the graphics card. The installation could take place while you are in VGA-mode - press F8 during first BIOS-screen - to avoid disturbance.

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